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Science On A Garden Adventure Kit

Science On A Garden Adventure Kit
Science On A Garden Adventure Kit

Too cold to grow outside? Grow an indoor garden – and learn about science – with the Science On A Garden Adventure kit.


Learn about the fun of gardening through exciting hands-on science experiments like making a terrarium, learning about underground habitats, exploring the different parts of plants, testing the soil, designing a mini-garden, growing all kinds of seeds, performing plant experiments, identifying bugs and their habitats, making a working sun dial and much more. Comes with mini-garden tools and watering can.



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